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19-04-2014 10:41 #381
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19-04-2014 12:39 #382
As for children abused by someone they know - they are picked by the person that knows them because they are known to them, nothing to do with whether their parents care or are out of it
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19-04-2014 13:14 #383-
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More vulnerable targets. I've seen many stories on TV about priests etc that have targeted single mums because they are more vulnerable. Heck even dr Phil says kids who have a non bio parent living with them are 20 times more likely to be abused. Anyway back to the priest story. The parents would let their kids go away for weekends alone with the priests. No way in hell I will let my kid have a sleepover at a friends let alone go away alone with a male adult. Yeah I am perhaps over cautious and no this doesn't mean my kids will be protected 100% but yes I do think my kids are more protected than kids whose parents let them have sleepovers and weekends away with adult men.
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19-04-2014 13:27 #384
Has it been reported (in any trustworthy media) ..what became of the security footage obtained from the neighbour? It was mentioned that it showed two men following one girl, didn't it? ...but all the reports since then say that this offender acted alone.
19-04-2014 13:36 #385
19-04-2014 18:19 #386
Why don't people ever put the blame on where it lies? With the person that broke in to a house in the middle of the night and stole a child for sexual gratification.
If it was a story about the girl ingesting drugs that were lying around, then blame the drug addict parents. But this story can happen to any one of you, and to think otherwise is an extremely dangerous thing to do.
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19-04-2014 19:43 #387
I judged the parents and I was wrong. I feel terrible and I'm sorry. Poor Chloe. I hope nothing happened.
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